The Master of Science in Biostatistics curriculum is comprised of a variety of courses that allow students to gain key competencies in their field and focus on specific areas of application.
All students take a series of core courses in biostatistics, epidemiology and statistical programming.
Concentration "selectives" and electives round out coursework according to student interests and selected concentrations. Select example courses include:
- Introductory / Intermediate / Advanced Biostatistics
- Introductory / Intermediate / Advanced Epidemiology
- R Programming
- Data Management and Analysis in SAS
- Survival Analysis
- Statistical Consulting
- Ethical Issues in Clinical Research
- Design, Conduct, and Analysis of Clinical Trials
- Health and Biomedical Informatics
- Writing and Peer Review for Publication
- Statistical Genetics